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Thread: Trekking in Nepal

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    Oct 2009
    It was not until 1953, when Tenzing Norkay Sherpa (Tiger of Snows) and Sir Edmund Hillary climbed Everest , that Nepal became know to the rest of the world. Since those days many climber have come and gone and one mountain after another has lost its virgin soil.
    Many foreign visitors arrive to trek one or more beautiful trekking region. Trekking is not mountaineering but just days of walking . Neither you need any advanced training nor have to be an athlete. So anyone, with a pair of strong legs, and the spirit for adventure to any to explore the exotic will enjoy the thrills of trekking in the hills of Nepal. Walking in the interior of the country ancient foot trails which meander through the scenic river banks intricately terraced fields and the forested Trekking is the only way to know the locals intimately and experience their cultural hospitality, where in the mean time one can touch the snow bounded Himalayas who is worshiped as the symbol of the God by the locals in many ways.
    Thus trekking in Nepal means walking those trails and narrow bridges through forests and bare countryside. The scenery, the people, the culture, the flora and fauna combined with all the other elements one encounters, while walking, makes trekking in Nepal a memorable experience. It is an experience of a lifetime to get up close to the great mountains and feel their power.We support the Ecotourism in Nepal. This means “Mountain Hawk Trek” implement and participate in ecotourism activities following ecotourism principles.

    Mountain Hawk Trek Nepal.

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    Jun 2009
    Mountain hawk..

    What would be the best time/season to trek the himalayas..?


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